News from New England

Check out all the latest happenings at New England ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to New England weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on New England ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see New England coverage from the entire ski season.

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  • Golden Cup at Gunstock

    On January 21st Gunstock will host the New England premiere of the 2007 Diana Golden Cup race series. The Golden Cup, a nationwide program, promotes ski racing for disabled skiers of all ages and abilities. Its goal is to give disabled skiers entry level competition and improve technique and confidence. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Ski/Ride With a Ranger at Loon

    A number of ski areas throughout the US are sited partially or wholly on National Forest Service land. At Loon Mountain, snowsports enthusiasts will have the opportunity to learn about the environment of the White Mountain National Forest and its relationship to the ski resort. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Seven Days, Seven Deals at Shawnee Peak

    Looking to save some bucks this winter? Head up to Shawnee Peak. The Bridgeton, Maine ski area has some awesome deals for families, couples, friends – you name it. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Mail Call! Snow News From Home...

    This email was sent to Jim Quimby, head of Mountain Operations at Saddleback, Maine. The picture is a buddy of his. Since the message the bunker of the sender was hit. Sgt. James, the soldier in the picture, was not hurt - but men in his unit were. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Connecticut Snowmakers Gunning It

    Connecticut mountains and Connecticut riders are hoping a winter blast hunkers down long enough for continuous days of snowmaking and the end of a so-far heartbreaking season. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Mass. Attack of the Snowmakers

    Across Massachusetts, snowmakers on ski hills launched an all-out assault on the slopes in order to salvage a warm-soaked winter so far. A cold snap seems to have settled in and at the higher els, the snowmaking machinery was roaring. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • GO50 Hits Sunday River in January

    If you're over 50, check out the GO50, an organization for skiers and riders over 50 which offers discounts on lift tickets, lodging, instructions and plenty more. For $50 a year you can save a bundle on skiing and riding and all that goes with it. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • For Women Only at Stowe

    New this year at Stowe Mountain Resort is Women's Wednesdays. Offered every other week in January, February and March, the program is designed for women, taught by women and aims to make the process of learning to ski or ride easier and less stressful for women. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Ups and Downs for Vacation Week in Vermont

    Mild temps and lack of snow made for mixed reviews of the holiday vacation period in Vermont. While a few areas had to close part way through the week before re-opening just before New Years, others reported surprisingly good numbers, all things considered. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Winter Has Promises To Keep...

    The New York state of mind for downhill riding so far this season is dazed and confused. We've been punched in the head by a winter (so far) that is seeing grass re-green, flowers come up and befuddled snowmakers at our favorite ski areas shedding tears. Full Article

    8th January 2007

  • Massachusetts Ski Areas Rebounding

    It hasn't been the same old song for downhlll riders in Massachusetts this summer. "Hot, Hot, Hot" has replaced "White Christmas" in this twisted bizarre-o world. But it's looking more positive all over the state this week as colder temperatures finally sink in. Full Article

    8th January 2007

  • Connecticut Hills Welcome Cold Return

    This (so-far) warmer-than-usual unusually warm winter has been experienced in the past. Your parents, grandparents or great-grandparents remember Depression-era winters where there was no snow. Ah, but that's in the past, as is this (so far) warner-than-usual winter. Full Article

    7th January 2007

  • Thrifty Skiers Loving New Hampshire

    Looking for deals to make skiing and riding more affordable? Check out the many deals offered by New Hampshire's ski resorts. There's something for everyone just about any day of the week. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Snow-starved New York State Bears Up

    A disasterous holiday season sent mountain crews at ski areas in New York state racing for snow-making machinery any time night time temps hit the below-freezing mark. It hasn't been enough to get more than a relatively few trails open than is typical this time of year. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Jiminy Peak Kicks Up the Jam

    What's that you smell? Mmm, the delicious odor of a nice burn as you capture top prizes at Jiminy Peak's first Rail Jam this season. Saranac Root Beer and Potter Brothers Ski and Snowboard are the sponsors, but the real winners await the competion on Friday, starting at 7 p.m. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Riders Looking For a Mass. Dump

    Snow riders are eternal optimists, but winter so far here in Massachuesetts has been trying the patience of all downhillers. Ah, but with an in-your-face 'tude and millions of dollars in snowmaking machinery, Mass. ski areas are swearing by every evening drop below freezing that they can. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Vermont Launches Operation Snowball

    With the holiday vacation week fast approaching and no snow in major northeast metropolitan markets the staff at Vermont Ski Areas Association decided it was time to show city folk that they don't need snow in their backyard to hit the slopes and the parks for good cruising. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Learn To Fly at Killington

    Killington has developed specialized learn to fly weekends for snowboarders of intermediate or advanced ability who want to jump, ride switch, perform tricks or learn other freestyle maneuvers in one of the resorts performance terrain parks. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Snow Mostly a No-Show In Connecticut

    Don't let unusually warm winter temps get you down. The magic men and women working the hills of Connecticut's ski areas are bravely facing the mild weather by grabbing those evening below-freezing digits and rolling with them, making what the skies aren't giving. Full Article

    31st December 2006

  • Sugarloaf Narrows the Field

    Sugarloaf USA was flooded with almost 2,000 entries in their Name the Park Contest. The field has been narrowed to 12 names, one of which will be the first trail name selected directly from guests' suggestions, according to Communications Manager Bill Swain. Full Article

    27th December 2006

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